In their dual memoir, dubbed the first of its kind by its publisher, Kilgariff and Hardstark write openly about mental illness….
Category: July-August 2019
Review: Sorry I’m Late, I Didn’t Want to Come: One Introvert’s Year of Saying Yes by Jessica Pan
Life stories, while different for everyone, sometimes share something in common.
Review: A Grip of Time: When Prison Is Your Life by Lauren Kessler
What is life like behind bars? Unless you’re an animal in a zoo, a corrections officer, or have endured a prison sentence, chances are you don’t know.
Review: Seven at Sea by Erik Orton and Emily Orton
…freedom is often presented as the solution to stressful, overcommitted lifestyles, but it usually comes with a caveat.
WRITING LIFE: Teaching Myself to Revise by Tara DaPra
As a student in high school and college, I was plagued by both perfectionism and procrastination…
Yearnings by Mary Alice Hostetter
That summer, if you counted my parents and older sister, nine of us still lived at home.
Optimism by Paul Crenshaw
This morning I wanted to buy a book about space travel, but the cold outside depressed me.
Things I Might Say to Spider-Man if He Ever Rescues Me from a Mugger by Sara Solberg
This isn’t at all how I expected my trip to New York to go…
Up in Naknek by John A. Hansen
Often, we don’t see your faces. Bandanas protect noses, cheeks, lips from the dry chill, from the salt in the air…
Body Braille by Dorothy Rice
You climb into bed, plump your three pillows, pick up your phone and begin to scroll, chuckling from time to time…